Woodend, Park Ave, Oswestry
Agnes was born in Cape Colony, South Africa on the 27 August 1878. She and her family returned from South Africa and moved to Whitchurch in 1891. Agnes and her 2 sisters Edith Frances (1883) and Alice Mary (1886) were living off ‘Private Means’ at Woodend, Park Ave, Oswestry with one servant, Catherine Edwards (1880). In the 1911 census Agnes worked as a Governess in Barmouth and taught 2 girls, aged 9yrs and 12yrs.
She joined the Shropshire 24 VAD in 1916 and was deployed on 24 June 1916 to Newcastle Military Hospital where she worked as a clerk until the end of the war.
Post War Years
After the war she moved to Battersea and lived with her brother William (1884) and sister Edith until her death on 26 May 1943.